BoingBoing
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BBC News 24
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contrary, Jean-Luc Melenchon, he is the only one we have not seen from this evening and he is refusing to concede at this moment
Sky News
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to the extreme right. Their polls were open for another hour. DS. Switch the country that is being counted at the moment. More or less
Sky News
31 minutes
moment because after all what's at stake for this election is wild globalisation that endangers our civilisation. The French have a very simple choice, either we carry on on the track of total deregulation without Borders, without protection and therefore that.
BBC News 24
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as her supporters know, that that process where defeated candidates from right and left stuck to call on their supporters to vote against her, to rally against her, to keep the National Front out, that process started almost the moment the polls closed in France.
BBC News 24
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Interesting CND supporters, very young supporters. They will be out campaigning for him over the next couple of weeks. -- interesting seeing his supporters. If you are just joining us, at the top of the projections at the moment, Emmanuel Macron of the centrist on March movement
BBC News 24
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officers. The solution is not more oppression. Fascinating issues. Very much topical at the moment and they will be in the next two weeks. Back to Emmanuel Macron's headquarters. James has a couple of guests with him. Yes, I have a couple of young campaign workers. You worked on.
BBC Two England
43 minutes
frames in a row, but you know what snooker is like, if someone starts to raise the game, the other man goes with them. I think it would be fair to say at this present moment in time, that there is such a healthy respect between the two players and for each other that they are just a little bit wary of.
BBC Two England
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each other at the moment. Yeah, I agree with that observation. You can't win it, particularly in the first session, but you can lose it and as Stephen Hendrie said in the studio this.
BBC Two England
43 minutes
he has struck down, so hard, he has pushed into the pink. And Marco, trying to force the cue ball across the table, he has missed and left their red to the left of the black. A slight comedy of errors at the moment
Sky News
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projects other foreign policy, whether we they will stand for someone who is linked to globalisation. What will Marine Le Pen tell people when she comes out in a moment? I think she will save you time is now. It is for them a clear choice between two visions and the future of France.
Sky News
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simply a racist party? The labelling is over. That is a moment this is not working any more and it is about the time that the people understand it is not the case, it is a party today with Marine Le Pen that is ready to roll and to do something for the people first
BBC Two England
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At the moment, I just feel, Peter, if one of these players could just hit his top form, he might have a chance to just when two or three.
BBC News 24
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was in favour Francois Fillon? After event here on Thursday he turned bit toward security... The mistake for Francois Fillon was not to resign after the beginning of the scandal, because it was really the moment for the Republicans to win. If they had had another candidate, the result might have been completely different. So this was the real mistake of Francois.
BBC News 24
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APPLAUSE So, that was Francois Fillon, the former Prime Minister conceding defeat, even though at the moment votes are still being counted. The projections we are showing you, some of them differ. It depends which polling agency they come from but broadly the same, Emmanuel Macron just narrowly ahead of Marine le Pen, who.
BBC News 24
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potentially means he doesn't have to change his programme. If he had to go back for support and possibly changes programme, look at rethinking some of his social policies, that might have affected him. What has happened to my, because he is having to face Marine le Pen, the others are coming to him. The centre ground for him appears to be holding. He might pick up the votes without having sacrifice much of his programme. OK, for the moment,.
BBC News 24
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TRANSLATION: Citizens, in spite of all my effort, in spite of my determination, I haven't managed to convince you. The obstacle that was thrown in my road were too numerous and too painful. The truth of that election will be written down, but for the moment I take on board.
Sky News
an hour
extremely controversial for many people in France as well. At the moment here they are waiting for the various candidates to concede before they think Macron is going to arrive and make a statement
BBC News 24
an hour
analysis of that. Tell us the latest projections you have at the moment? The latest estimate puts Emmanuel Macron a little ahead of Marine le Pen. 23% of the voters versus 22% of the voters, so it is close. Is it fair to say there are still a vast amount of votes to be counted, early days? Yes, absolutely. But I think it.
21stCenturyWire
an hour
“We formally sent a letter to the United Nations, we asked them in that letter to send a delegation in order to investigate what happened in Khan Shaykhun,” Assad said. “Of course till this moment they didn't send (the experts), because the West and the US blocked any delegation from coming,” he added. Some in Western media have noted the wag the dog aspect that has apparently ensnared the White House over the Idlib chemical attack claims. Scott Ritter for Huffington Post acknowledged what most Western outlets have largely failed to mention or question: “Sarin, however, is an odorless, colorless material, dispersed as either a liquid or vapor; eyewitnesses speak of a “pungent odor” and “blue-yellowclouds, more indicative of chlorine gas. And while American media outlets, such as CNN, have spoken of munitionsfilled to the brim” with Sarin nerve agent being used at Khan Sheikhoun, there is simply no evidence cited by any source that can sustain such an account.
Lancashire Telegraph - Sport
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IF, as many presume, Liam Livingstone figures in the England selectors’ thoughts this summer, he might just view this game with Somerset as the moment where it all clicked.
BBC News 24
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well as anybody else. Clearly, all the people you speak to hear shed those doubts about what will happen in the second round, but the doubts are for the days and weeks to come. Tonight here it is about celebrating. They believe this is a breakthrough moment for.
BBC Two England
an hour
Neil Robertson with the tactical advantage here at the moment. Marco is looking to see if he can possibly can in the first red into the red which is at the top of the cluster of four there, screw back to the black cushion, and the red that he's making contact with could possibly go in the left-centre
BBC News 24
an hour
moment of Euroscepticism, pessimism, in this moment of populism, the French are about to elect a man with just the opposite of that, who incarnates hope, who will fight on the idea of.